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Google Pixel 6 Pro

Google Pixel 6 Pro
alaScore 98

58 reviews

May, 2022

We have collected and analysed 58 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 88/100. The average review date is 19-11-2021. We have compared these reviews to 2638762 reviews from other Mobile Phones. The alaScore™ for this product is 98/100 = Excellent. Last update: 22-05-2022.

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Expert review by : Alastair Stevenson (

Google Pixel 6 Pro Review: Early hands-on | Trusted Reviews


The Pixel 6 Pro is Google's first truly high-end phone and appears to be one of the more interesting Android devices to launch this year.

Wonderfully clean, future proof Android 12 software ; Great translation and photo editing services ; All round brilliant rear camera

Mediocre battery life

The Pixel 6 Pro is the most advanced phone Google has ever made, featuring a new reworked triple sensor rear camera, LTPO variable refresh rate screen and the firm’s new Tensor silicon. These features, plus its new Android 12 software, add up to earn...

Oct, 2021

Expert review by : James Peckham (

Google Pixel 6 Pro review


The first top-tier Google Pixel phone

Multitalented camera ; Big and beautiful screen ; Comes running Android 12

Contentious design ; Limited storage ; Average battery life

Nov, 2021

Expert review by : Yasmine Crossland (

Google Pixel 6 Pro review: a sleek and sophisticated smartphone to rival the flagships


Gone are the days of the playful Pixel, this is a pricey phone with an equally premium design

Sharp, sleek design ; QHD+ display with 120Hz refresh rate ; Excellent camera system and AI features

Very big to hold ; No charger in the box ; Limited performance with Tensor CPU

The Google Pixel 6 Pro doesn't feel like a Pixel phone at all, it's sharp and sophisticated with classy colourways and a huge 6.7inch QHD+ screen. The camera system is incredible, the battery lasts for ages and that's all paired with brand-new Android...

Oct, 2021

Expert review by : James Peckham (

Hands on: Google Pixel 6 Pro review


Ready for the big leagues

Comes running Android 12 ; Big and beautiful screen

Contentious design ; No microSD slot

Oct, 2021

Expert review by : Chris Hall (

Google Pixel 6 Pro review: A proper flagship phone


Google is taking its Pixel phones much more seriously - and the Pixel 6 Pro looks like a truly competitive offering.

Outstanding camera performance ; Confident design ; Waterproofing ; Great display ; Android 12 as it's meant to be

No 3.5mm headphone socket ; Pretty hefty ; Charging not especially fast ; Can get warm during gaming

An outstanding camera system and plenty of power blend to make this flagship an enticing option. It's a confident step forward for Google, offering a phone that's more ambitious and more competitive against its rivals. Priced to appeal, you're getting...

Oct, 2021

Expert review by : Peter Phelps (

Google Pixel 6 Pro Review


The Pixel 6 Pro is arguably the brand's first true no-holds-barred flagship device. But how does it perform compared to the cream of the crop from Apple, Samsung, and Sony?

— Swish software, and an incredible camera

— Mediocre battery life

The Google Pixel 6 Pro is a truly excellent smartphone that boasts a brilliant screen, a top-class camera, and luscious software. The only major disadvantage to this device is its battery, which can drain at an alarming rate if you’re gaming or...

Dec, 2021

Expert review by : Andrew Hoyle (

Pixel 6 Pro review: Google's flagship phone is a proper iPhone rival


Google's $899 higher-end phone still undercuts rivals on price while including so much value.

Excellent cameras ; Solid all-round performance ; Neat Android 12 interface ; Attractive design

Battery is good, but not great ; Fast charge isn't all that fast ; No face unlock

Nov, 2021

Expert review by : Nathan Spendelow (

Google Pixel 6 Pro review: Bringing the fight to the iPhone 13 Pro Max


The Pixel 6 Pro is substantially cheaper than the iPhone, so is it worth picking up instead?

Serious performance boost ; Versatile cameras ; Cut-throat price

Brutish design ; Disappointing battery life

The Pixel 6 Pro is quite an upgrade. With an improved camera array – including that long-reach 4x telephoto – a more luxurious build, a bigger, better screen and faster performance than its predecessor, it’s nudging into ua-flagship territory and...

Nov, 2021

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Expert review by : Alex Walker-Todd (

Google Pixel 6 Pro review


The Pixel 6 Pro offers up a familiar Android experience but dressed with a new look and running new hardware that reaches far beyond anything we've seen from a Pixel before

Beautiful, responsive display ; Great real-world performance ; Superb cameras ; Nice user experience

Big, thick and heavy ; Divisive aesthetics ; Max volume & brightness could be better ; Confusing charging standard

The Pixel 6 Pro is the most advanced phone in the series but its strengths aren't all directly comparable with the competition. Nonetheless, it's a superb flagship that won't disappoint.

Oct, 2021

Expert review by : Tom Morgan (

Google Pixel 6 Pro review


Previous Pixel phones usually got the first part right, and always delivered on the camera front, yet conservative specs elsewhere left them on the back foot against flagship rivals. Good news, Google fans: that all changes here

Awesomely capable cameras ; Premium hardware competes with the best of them ; Slick, streamlined OS

Beaten by its smaller brother for sheer value ; Curved display curios ; Charging could be faster

Ambitious, uncompromising and with incredible photographic ability, the Pixel 6 Pro is the best Google phone yet, and a true flagship device. It has one or two weak spots, but Android 12’s slick user experience mostly makes up for them.

Oct, 2021